NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – A class reunion hits the DVD circuit and a well known sports movie finally makes it to Blu-ray.
The "American Pie" franchise leads the new class of DVD releases this week, with "American Reunion". The disc is filled with raunchy laughs, plenty of American pie-nostalgia, and an unrated version. Blu-ray and DVD bonus features include 7-deleted scenes, a gag reel, and a behind-the-scenes look at the making-of the film. Also, available on both Blu-ray and DVD is "Being Flynn" the story of a young writer seeking inspiration, who unexpectedly reconnects with his estranged father. Get the behind-the-scenes of this take-home through interviews with stars Robert De Niro and Paul Dano.
In the dramatic coming-of-age film Margaret, “True Blood's” Anna Paquin stars as a teen whose life is forever changed after witnessing an accident. The film is available in a 2-disc Blu-ray set that includes the theatrical version and a never-before-seen extended cut. The Oscar-winning "Chariots Of Fire" makes it's Blu-ray debut. Available in premium Blu-ray packaging, the film comes with almost an hour of special features, a book with details on the film's production and trivia.
The Zac Brown Band is back on the scene with “Uncaged”. Also hitting the music scene is Hank Williams Jr. on his record entitled “Old School, New Rules”, Williams leaves few topics off-limits.